Electrical Power Supply and Distribution


Electrical Power Supply and Distribution



 



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1. GENERAL

Purpose

Scope

References

Standards and Codes

Power Supply Design Criteria

Electrical Power Sytems

Design Procedures

Evaluation and Selection of Energy Systems

Design Analysis

Service Conditions

Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms



2. ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS

General

Load Estimation



3. VOLTAGE SELECTION

General

System Voltage Classifications

Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for New Installations

Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for Existing Installations

Commercial Power for Air Force Installations

Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for Air Force Installations



4. MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY STATIONS/SUBSTATIONS

Provisions

Ownership

Station Designation and Elements

Main Electric Supply Station/Substation

Environmental Aspects

Incoming Line Switching Equipment

Substation Equipment

Miscellaneous Station Design Criteria

Substation Equipment at Air Force Installations



5. ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION LINES

Selection

Types of Underground Lines

Types of Aerial Lines

Voltage Drop

Power Factor Correction

Medium-Voltage Circuits

Pad-Mounted Line Sectionalizing Equipment

Joint Electrical/Communication Lines for Air Force Installation

6. AERIAL DISTRIBUTION LINES

General

Installation Considerations

Conductors

Poles

Circuit Configurations

Insulators

Guying

Miscellaneous Items

Air Force Installations



7. UNDERGROUND DISTRIBUTION LINES

General

Cable

Duct Lines

Manholes, Handholes, and Pullboxes

Direct-Burial Cable Installations



8. TRANSFORMER INSTALLATIONS

Definitions

Installation of Distribution-to-Utilization Voltage Transformers

Installation of Transmission-to-Distribution Voltage Transformers

Transformer Dielectrics

Transformer Characteristics

Amorphous Metal-Core Transformers

Transformers at Air Force Installations



9. SURGE PROTECTION AND GROUNDING

Voltage Surges and Potential Gradients

Methods of Controlling Voltage Surges and Potential Gradients

Ground Electrodes

Grounding Details and Requirements



10. ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING

General

Roadway Lighting Design

Area Lighting Design

Walkway and Bikeway Lighting Design

Light Sources

Lighting Control and Wiring System



11. SECURITY LIGHTING

General

Authorization

Use of Security Lighting Systems

Types of Areas to be Lighted

Lighting Guidelines

Light Sources

Electrical Power Sources

Luminaries

Wiring and Control

Field Measurement




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